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‘Don’t Think He Is Worth Eden Hazard Money’ ‘It’s Too Much’ Chelsea Fans Surprised At Havertz’s Asking Price Change

‘Don’t Think He Is Worth Eden Hazard Money’ ‘It’s Too Much’ Chelsea Fans Surprised At Havertz’s Asking Price Change

Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia will sit down for talks with Bayer Leverkusen sporting director Rudi Voller in the next few days about a deal to sign Kai Havertz, according to Bild.

The German tabloid claims that the Blues are currently only willing to pay €80m (£72m) for the player but Leverkusen are keen to stick to their original €100m (£90m) asking price.

However, it is believed a compromise could be reached with €70m (£63m) being paid upfront, with another €30m (£27m) in performance-related add-ons. Fans on Twitter are not sure whether Havertz is worth that type of money:

In the current financial climate, you would have thought that Leverkusen would be willing to reduce their demands somewhat, especially with the player seemingly having his heart set on a move to Stamford Bridge.

Reports in the UK claim that Havertz has already agreed personal terms with Chelsea, and it remains to be seen how negotiations over the transfer fee will play out.

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